Continuing with our look at predictions for the 2012-2013 NHL season (providing there is one), we look at the Montreal Canadiens. Last season the Habs finished 28th overall with a .476 winning percentage. With a new GM, a new coach and some added toughness the Canadiens should be better as they attempt to redefine their team.
Last year the Canadiens finished last in the East.
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Finishing last in the Eastern conference ensured that the Canadiens received a high draft pick. The Habs had the third overall pick which they used to select Alex Galchenyuk from the Sarnia Sting.
We think the Montreal Canadiens will improve upon last years performance but will still be hard pressed to make the playoffs in the East.
- Marc Bergevin – general manager
- Michel Therrien – head coach
- Brandon Prust – forward
- Colby Armstrong – forward
- Chris Campoli – defense
- Mathieu Darche – forward
Here is a look at how the Hockey Fanatic sees the Montreal Canadiens finishing in 2012-13.
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The Canadiens miss the playoffs again but just barely.